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5 July 1964
Things I am Learning or have learned.

Everything is connected.

The Universe is always talking to us. We just may be tuning her out.

Stubborness does not equal strength.

Refusing to pay attention to "the way things are" or the way the world works
in favor of the way the world "should" work or be is not daring or iconoclastic it is setting oneself up to be bitten hard on the ass by life's rottweiler of learning

Cattle die, kin die, you will die too, and life rolls on.

Of all life's blessings health is the one that ranks #1. Love follows behind Health.

Movable wealth is important, not just for oneself but for those you love.
It doesn't outweigh the untangables but it does make life easier.

Work comes first only because it pays for everything else.

Live true so you don't have to shrink from the effects of living a lie.

The value of true friends will always outstrip the value of gold even in a bull market.
It is as important or more important to cultivate true friendship as it is movable wealth.

The religion with the better story will win over the religion with a less compelling one.

Governments look more and more like gangs or like La Cosa Nostra.
Both are about generating profit, increasing ones influence, and suppressing dissent.
They are both unafraid to use violence, threats, and intimidation.
Individuals are bystanders, victims, sources of revenue , or just haven't been targeted yet.

Debt from credit is really slavery.
You can never free yourself since the interest just keeps growing as time passes.
It's sad but true. Whether you are a student who has taken out loans to further
your education or a businessman or woman trying to start up a new venture,
that loan which you may fully attempt to repay in the future may never be
completely cleared because the longer you wait the higher the interest.

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